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Wayne Grayson is the Online Managing Editor for Equipment World. He keeps the website fresh with news and opinion on both heavy equipment and the construction industry from the experts at the magazine and also manages the publication's social media accounts. He's a technology geek as well and serves as the magazine's tech writer.

Kubota to relocate U.S. headquarters to Texas

Kubota to relocate U.S. headquarters to Texas

Posted on May 18, 2015

In a joint statement with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Kubota Tractor has announced it will relocate its U.S. headquarters from Torrence, ...

Worker crushed and killed by falling slab inside Jacksonville work zone

Worker crushed and killed by falling slab inside...

Posted on May 18, 2015

A worker was killed last week inside a Jacksonville highway jobsite when a concrete slab suddenly fell on top of him. According ...

Chevrolet launches CNG-powered Silverado 3500HD chassis cab

Chevrolet launches CNG-powered Silverado 3500HD chassis...

Posted on May 15, 2015

Chevrolet has announced that its chassis cab Silverado 3500HD will be its latest one-ton pickup to gain bi-fuel capability. Customers will ...

Worker dies after fall from scaffolding in New York City

Worker dies after fall from scaffolding in New York...

Posted on May 15, 2015

A construction worker died shortly after falling from scaffolding on a New York City jobsite Thursday morning. According to a report ...

Kobelco claims best-in-class dig depths with launch of SK25, SK17 compact excavators

Kobelco claims best-in-class dig depths with launch of...

Posted on May 14, 2015

Combining a zero-tail-swing radius and best-in-class digging depths, Kobelco has launched its newest compact excavators in the SK25 and SK17. While ...

Contractor busted for using his construction company’s office to grow pot in Massachusetts

Contractor busted for using his construction...

Posted on May 14, 2015

Police in Maryland arrested the owner of a Bellingham construction company earlier this week after discovering the man was using ...

Unventilated use of equipment on indoor site poisons 11 workers with high level of carbon monoxide

Unventilated use of equipment on indoor site poisons 11...

Posted on May 14, 2015

A large group of a crew working in Maryland was rushed to the hospital earlier this week after an extremely high amount of ...

Light OSHA staffing, penalties come under fire in report on the dangers of New York construction sites

Light OSHA staffing, penalties come under fire in...

Posted on May 13, 2015

Citing data that shows construction represents less than 4 percent of total employment in New York while accounting for 20 percent ...

Worker dies following floor collapse in Michigan

Worker dies following floor collapse in Michigan

Posted on May 13, 2015

A worker part of a crew performing renovations on an older building in Ypsilanti, Michigan, died earlier this week following ...

1956 Ford F-100 cruises back into production as this beautiful, hand-built restomod (PHOTOS)

1956 Ford F-100 cruises back into production as this...

Posted on May 12, 2015

The design of the 1956 Ford F-100 is a timeless work of art. But the truth is, so many aspects of ...

Board rules WSDOT should have given contractor more warning about pipe struck by Big Bertha before stall

Board rules WSDOT should have given contractor more...

Posted on May 12, 2015

In regard to the drilling of the new State Route 99 tunnel below Seattle, the Washington State Department of Transportation ...

Workers uncover ancient human remains, artifacts on Washington jobsite

Workers uncover ancient human remains, artifacts on...

Posted on May 12, 2015

While digging on a renovation job at an RV lot in Yakima, Washington, last week, a construction crew uncovered what could be ...

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